Underworld To Have Own iPhone Application

August 5, 2009 by  

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August 2009 sees Underworld and Apple joining forces for three new projects.

To celebrate the release of the full underworld back catalogue for the first time on iTunes, Underworld, in partnership with cutting edge developer iZotope, will release an iPhone iDrum application containing some of the most famous tunes from Underworld’s juke box of techno classics.

Featuring tracks from all Underworld’s albums and including “Born Slippy”, “Two Months Off” and “Cowgirl” the application allows the user to remix, re-sequence and reconstruct 12 Underworld tunes and also features a piece created by the band themselves exclusively for the application.

In celebration, Underworld are giving away a special live version of “Born Slippy” recorded at Brixton Academy and the worlds first FREE live audio-visual broadcast to the iPhone on Friday August 7th 2009 as Underworld continue their series of live broadcasts at The Fox Oakland Theater.

Direct from the Fox Theatre in Oakland and accessible through Underworldlive.com fans can check out the bands show featuring some of their biggest hits.

It is completely free and all you need is a computer with Quick Time installed on a broadband connection or an iPhone on a wi-fi connection running iPhone 3.0 or higher.

To download Born Slippy live at Brixton Academy click HERE

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